Law And Order Criminal Intent
Driven by the electrifying performances of Vincent D'Onofrio (TV's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent") and Renee Zellweger ("Chicago", "Bridget Jones's Diary"), "The Whole Wide World" is the touching true story of the star-crossed love between writer Robert Howard and schoolteacher Novalyne Price. The creator of "Conan The Barbarian" and "Red Sonja", Howard was a small-town writer with an insatiable appetite for larger-than-life heroism and fantasy.
"Bill's book is the best no frills, no b.s. primer on writing for television that I've read. Consciously or not, over the years I've followed every one of his how to's, to apparently good effect. This book is as close to the truth as you get in this business." - Rene Balcer, Emmy and Peabody award-winning Showrunner for Law & Order and Creator of Law & Order: Criminal Intent "When it comes to comedy, Bill Taub knows what he's talking about.
From the most successful franchise on television comes "Law And Order: Criminal Intent - The Fourth Year". Experience life on the wrong side of the law as perpetrators plan and execute the crimes that lead them into the fascinating, frustrating and sometimes frightening justice system. This highly collectible 5-disc set contains all 23 powerful episodes from Season Four, and features the original cast - including Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe, Jamey Sheridan and Courtney B.
From the most successful franchise on television comes "Law & Order: Criminal Intent - The Second Year." Experience life on the wrong side of the law as perpetrators plan and execute the crimes that lead them into the fascinating, frustrating and sometimes frightening justice system. This highly collectable 5-disc set contains all 23 powerful episodes, and features the original cast.
"This diverse collection, like Asian America itself, adds up to something far more vibrant than the sum of its voices."-Eric Liu, author of The Accidental Asian"There's fury, dignity, and self-awareness in these essays. I found the voices to be energetic and the ideas exciting."-Diana Son, playwright (Stop Kiss) and co-producer (Law & Order: Criminal Intent)This refreshing and timely collection of coming-of-age essays, edited and written by young Asian Americans, powerfully captures the joys and struggles of their evolving identities as one of the fastest-growing groups in the nation and poignantly depicts the many oft-conflicting ties they feel to both American and Asian cultures.